The attendant was very helpful. Sharing of power connection was required and only one 30 amp connection per box. Pressure in smaller sites is much higher. We camped at Natural Bridge State Resort Park - Middle Fork Campground in a Fifth Wheel. One of the cabins on the hillside is sitting on stacks of concrete blocks which are leaning downhill. This was a small problem for us, because we are both physically impaired.
Access these via 6 miles of hiking trails, including the accessible Cedar Creek Trail that leads from the bridge to the Monacan Indian Village and Lace Falls with its 30-foot cascade. One is an offline manual lookup mode for when you don't have service. The shower houses, bathrooms, and laundry are some of the nicest Iveever seen in a campground. The weather was a factor in our decision as it was hot and humid that day and without hookups we would have no ability for air conditioning or showers. Sites are grass or gravel but not level.
The bridge passed from one private owner to the next and became a tourist destination. Kroger is 13 miles away in Stanton. The hook-ups are in awkward positions. Fees have been rising quickly due to high demand, but there is no evidence that those fees are being used to improve anything in the campgrounds. Bring your swim suit this park has access to a pool.
Speed limit of 10 mph in campgrounds, 55 mph on Hwy 11, and 23 mph in the rest of the park. This is in an effort to help prevent the introduction of the Emerald Ash Borer into the state. All sites seemed quite spacious that were on the upper section. The campground is beautiful and very wooded. Meaning you'll want to where flip flops in the shower. Before then, there's a cancellation fee.
Hardly enough to was dishes let alone take a shower. We would stay here again. Last fall we went during the Halloween season and the activities were geared around the holiday. If you check-in in the afternoon, you may have to wait 15 minutes or so while the person before you unhooks their rig. They were a little older, but clean and adequate.
The gravel roads are well kept and the pads are about as level as I've seen. Helpful Tools Access the Help Center. Your pet is welcome at this park. But once we got there, it was really, really nice. We didn't get a cable signal so someone from the park attached us to a site several sites over to get cable.
The pull thrus are very close together, there is not even enough room for a 30 foot camper and a tow vehicle. It's above, and very close to the entrance road and looks dangerous. We rode the lift to the top of a hill where you could access trails and take a short hike or a long one depending on your enthusiasm for such things. Overall this camp ground has a junk yard appearance and is extremely under maintained. Water and electric are located together for 2 spots; therefore, you may have to run electric and water lines under the trailer to the reach water and electric ports. Dump station is on the entry side of the road since terrain constrains placing an island in the middle of the road. We camped at Natural Bridge State Resort Park - Middle Fork Campground in a Travel Trailer.
There is nothing close by: no groceries or Walmart so come prepared and stocked up. . Choose from sunny or shady sites. Our site was huge but that is not the norm. Payment is with check or cash only. Beautiful park with a stream, lake, and pool.
Only one bath house so on major holidays beware. There are signs warning of the possibility of flash floods. Garbage drop off is close. We would not stay here. The Cedar Creek Trail is universally accessible and goes under the Natural Bridge to the Monacan Village, Lost River and Lace Falls. Park is about 2 miles from parkway. And like others have said odd numbers will have opposite hookups.